Category Archives: Sterling News

Twin City Market Give OK to Open Outdoor Marketplace

Twin City Market Give OK to Open Outdoor Marketplace

The Twin City Market says they were given the green light by the Health Department Tuesday to get the outdoor Marketplace opened up for some of the vendors – garden plants, meats, eggs, cheese, honey, spring produce, baked goods and prepared foods. The market reported they are in the process of notifying vendors to see…Read more »

One Driver Seriously Injured in Two Vehicle Pileup Monday Afternoon

One Driver Seriously Injured in Two Vehicle Pileup Monday Afternoon

The Illinois State Police say they responded Monday afternoon shortly after 1:00 to a two vehicle accident on Bunker Hill Road at Lyndon Road. According to troopers, a vehicle driven by Darrel Neubauer was traveling westbound on Bunker Hill Road.  Troopers say for unknown reasons the Neubauer vehicle failed to stop at the intersection with…Read more »

Whiteside County Announces Death of Another COVID-19 Patient

Whiteside County Announces Death of Another COVID-19 Patient

The Whiteside County Health Department reported over the weekend the death of a Covid-19 patient in their 80’s.  One Saturday they say they had three persons in their 90’s who have been confirmed as positive.  On Sunday 2 additional cases were announced with 1 in their 60’s and another in their 90’s. The Lee County…Read more »

CGH Celebrating the Dedication of Nurses till Tuesday for Nurses Week

CGH Celebrating the Dedication of Nurses till Tuesday for Nurses Week

In appreciation of all of nurses, CGH Medical Center will celebrate National Nurses’ Week beginning May 6 and ending on May 12, Florence Nightingale’s birthday. This event is held annually to recognize and highlight the hard work and commitment involved in nursing, the largest healthcare profession. Developed in 1993 by the American Nurses Association, National…Read more »

CGH Encourages Those Who Have Recovered From COVID-19 to Give Blood

CGH Encourages Those Who Have Recovered From COVID-19 to Give Blood

The CGH Medical Center says patients who have recovered from COVID-19 can help give others a fighting chance by donating Convalescent Plasma (CP). These antibody-rich blood products can give people hope and make a difference, and we are beginning to use CP for COVID-19 patients at CGH. For questions, please call the Mississippi Valley Regional…Read more »